I just spent a few hours sifting through Keston's excess and cleaning her room. Little girls sure are messy! All her toys are in baskets on a shelf on the opposite wall, it isn't quite as pristine as this shot would lead you to believe. (Oh well).
The painting behind Keston's bed fits her perfectly. I spotted it at Goodwill a while back and brought it home without a second thought. She loves deer and she is enamored with France and the Eiffel Tower, so the little French girl was fitting. The colors were meant for her room. The clothes-pin business on the wall has been up since she was a baby, and I just change the scrapbook pages every once in a while. It always has the page with the picture of Keston and her big sister, Caidee (3rd from left, click to enlarge the photo). The nightstand was a find at a local kid's consignment store, and the throw pillow was made by me. Just how I like it, sweet and simple. Though I admit, this isn't the typical state of her room. :)
Whenever I deep clean a room, I almost always add a little bouquet. In this case, it's a few clippings from my spring garden set on Keston's night stand. Sometimes it's a bunch of daffodils from the supermarket or whatever is running cheap at Trader Joe's. I need motivation to get the big jobs done!
Clockwise, starting from left: coral bells (Heuchera), ajuga blossoms ('chocolate chips' variety, center), Spanish lavender, purple salvia, coreopsis (yellow), petunias clipped from a hanging basket, and the sweet smelling French White lilac.